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Huff arrested on the Walt Whitman Bridge

On November 1st, 2016 at 1:50 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Josh Huff was arrested Tuesday morning on the Walt Whitman Bridge. He was initially pulled over because he was reportedly speeding.

The officer, who pulled Huff over, found marijuana and a gun in his vehicle. It’s not known at this time of Huff has a permit for the gun.

“We are aware of the incident today involving Josh Huff. At this point, we are gathering more information,” the Eagles said in a statement.

Josh Huff (Getty Images)

Josh Huff (Getty Images)

Huff is in his third season with the team. He came to to team under former head coach Chip Kelly, who coached him at Oregon.

This season, he’s been primarily a special team’s participate. He recently had a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings two weeks ago.

He’s also the latest Eagles player to have run-ins with the law. Linebacker Nigel Bradham had two incidents in Miami, Fla.

He was charged with aggravated battery recently after a July incident, where he allegedly assaulted a hotel employee. During the team’s Week 4 bye week, he was arrested at the airport, where he was arrested for carrying a gun.

Nelson Agholor, the struggling wide receiver, had charged dropped against him after a situation at the Cheerleaders Gentlemen’s Club in Philadelphia. He reportedly didn’t pay the bill, according to reports, and the woman accused him of sexual assault.

Through seven games, Huff has 13 receptions for 72 yards and a touchdown. He also has three carries for 10 yards.

He has 252 kickoff return yards and a touchdown.

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